Monday, 13 July 2015

Slave to Fear

The history of British slave ownership has been buried: now its scale can be revealed


Is guilt appropriate for a past before our own time? For guilt operates an invalidation of Life while attempting to coerce rather than communicate.
Is a variant form of slavery operating under different guises today? The financial and corporate sectors have captured the regulators. A new era of slavery awaits us - at least such is the logical outcome of TTIP and similar moves to bring corporate governance out of the shadows now that societies are utterly indebted and wealth so unevenly redistributed.
Are we slaves to our own thinking? Merely reacting without capacity or inclination to challenge it for fear of penalty or threat?
Exploiting others starts with invaliding true value in oneself - for only those who hate or fear themself look out hatefully and seek power to get from others so as to seem more.
The use of evil as a leverage of such power seeking is one of its primary deceits.
However, the question at hand is always a responsibility to your honest sense of what is true of you now. We inherit all kinds of thinking, all kinds of behaviours, all kinds of institutional structures and identities. The desire to possess, to control and to exploit Life, Others and our World is often disguised under the false flag of self-righteous reaction.
Big Pharma, among others, operates a different kind of slavery. Can you actually see it - or are you presuming it is founded in defacto realities?
People have actually been conditioned to CHOOSE to trade their freedom for a scam by which they are then further denied. But one still has to persist in such choice for it to operate - albeit 'subconsciously'.
"...but whosoever hath not, from him shall be taken away even that he hath.

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